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“Deki 5” kreće iz Peugeot-a!

Održavanje 54. Salona automobila u Beogradu poslužilo je kao idealna prilika za ozvaničenje partnerstva izmedju “EUROIMPEX AUTOGROUP” – a i Internacionalnog Fudbalskog kampa Dejana Stankovića – “Deki 5”.

Dejan Stankocić je proslavljeni srpski fudbaler i dugogodišnji reprezentativac naše zemlje. On će u drugoj sezoni druženja i rada sa decom imati podršku renomiranog francuskog proizvodjača automobila – “Peugeot”-a. Ekskluzivni uvoznik Peugeot-a za Srbiju “Euroimpex autogroup” će kampu Dejana Stankovića na raspolaganje staviti premijum modele, poput novog 5008.

“Partnerstvom sa Euroimpeksom spojio sam svoja tri zadovoljstva u mom životu. Fudbal, automobile i decu. Činjenica da novi partner kampa “Deki 5” u ponudi imaju premijum modele koji počinju mojom “peticom” (508 i 5008) samo je onaj mali ukras na celu priču. Ta priča će, uveren sam, biti uspešna i dugotrajna. Moji kamperi i ja, kao i svi ljudi uključeni u organizaciju kampa Deki 5, potrudićemo se da radom, trudom i ponašanjem tokom održavanja kampa na Zlatiboru i Kopaoniku opravdamo poverenje koje nam je ukazao renomirani partner. Verujem da ćemo se dobro voziti u Peugeot automobilima po našoj lepoj Srbiji.”To su reči Dejana Stankovića, vlasnik i osnivač kampa “Deki 5”.

U ime Euroimpex autogroup-a o ozvaničenju saradnje sa fudbalskim kampom “Deki 5” govorio je Nemanja Živojinović, direktor marketinga.

“Renome i ugled Dejana Stankovića koji smo zapamtili tokom njegove sportske karijere najbolja su garancija da poslovne aktivnosti koje preuzima imaju ozbiljnost, profesionalizam i kvalitet. Mnogo toga lepog smo čuli o njegovom kampu i zato je partnerstvo logična posledica za nas. Peugeot je kao brend sinonim uspešnosti, pouzdanosti i kvaliteta, baš kao i “Deki 5”. U ovom slučaju, sve to ukrašeno je i Dejanovim ljudskim kvalitetima. Kao kompanija u kojoj važno mesto zauzima društveno-odgovorno poslovanje, partnerstvo sa kampom “Deki 5” bilo je za nas prilika koja se ne propušta”, naglasio je Živojinović.

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